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North Carolina-born Ryan Adams has amassed a following with his rocking alternative country songs and has been nominated for several Grammy Awards during his acclaimed solo career. Critics and fans alike have flocked to Ryan Adams songs like “New York, New York” and “Oh My Sweet Carolina.” Don't miss your chance to see Ryan Adams perform LIVE! Buy your Ryan Adams tickets now!
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Ryan Adams Concert Tickets

Ryan Adams is nothing if not prolific. The rock and alt-country artist has released 16 albums in the past 15 years under his own name. 

Those numbers don’t include the myriad singles and EPs put out between the studio cuts and live albums. This country punk rocker puts on a wild and raucous show, so if you want to hear a sad country-tinged ballad followed by a rocking anthem, buy your Ryan Adams tickets today!

Early albums
Mixing country, punk and classic rock influences, Adams got his start helming alt-country heroes Whiskeytown in the 90s, and by the turn of the millennium he was receiving regular radio play from mainstream stations. 

The indie darling hit the big time with “New York, New York” a song about failed romance but one the country embraced after the attacks of 9/11. The single came off his 2001 major label debut, Gold, which sold 360,000 copies and found the singer getting praise from Elton John and Alanis Morrissette while stars like Tim McGraw and Bono covered the album’s “When the Stars Go Blue.” Besides radio play, the record also got him noticed by MTV and brought him acclaim as a songwriter. 

Gold also received Grammy nominations that year for Best Rock Album and Best Male Rock Vocal for “New York, New York.”

The next year saw Adams release a compilation of albums that he scrapped earlier and a Country Music Television performance with Elton John. 

Running through the genres
The singer spent years dabbling in country, rock and pop, but 2003’s Rock N Roll, found him returning to his early punk roots while a teenager growing up in North Carolina. The ensuing years saw Adams bouncing back and forth through genres, including two full-lengths released in 2005 alone. He and his band indulged their Grateful Dead influences on Cold Roses and recorded country for Jacksonville City Nights

Latest album
After releasing so much material in such a brief period, Adams slowed down, but that didn’t mean he was out of ideas. His 2014 self-titled album features Bruce Springsteen and Eagles influences and got him some of the best reviews of his career. 

Adams is also making headlines again, but not for his relationship with his ex-wife Mandy Moore or for the years of drug and alcohol abuse he went through before getting clean. The singer is now learning how to laugh at himself. After throwing out a heckler 10 years ago for requesting a Bryan Adams song, the rocker is embracing the joke and even covered the 80s pop star’s biggest hit, “Summer of ‘69.”